We all enjoy singing along or thrashing out some air guitar to our favourite tunes from time to time, but for those of you actually trying to learn to play music, we know that it can be a bit of a frustrating experience.
Enter Note Fighter - a simple app that turns note reading into a game, giving a helping hand to all of you music aficionado’s out there. And this December, Polish studio MythicOwl has given the app a festive update just in time for Christmas.
Getting to grips with Note Fighter is straightforward – there’s a one-octave piano, five staves above, and a metallic composer called Steamy in the corner. Notes roll along the staves towards Steamy, and you have to tap the correct key at the correct time so Steamy can kick it out of his way.
You can choose from a whole host of famous musical pieces to play, from the likes of Mozart, Beethoven and Pachelbel, all divided up into three levels of difficulty. There’s also a practice mode if you need a bit more time to get up to speed and start “kicking” out those tunes.
The Christmas update also spreads some festive cheer into the game, sprucing up the steampunk graphics with snow and decorations and giving our musical maestro Steamy a suitably festive hat.
On top of the existing music pieces, there are some new seasonal songs to select too, including We Wish You A Merry Christmas and Quickly On To Bethlehem.
So if you’re looking for a fun new way of brushing up on your note reading skills, Note Fighter might just be exactly what you’re after.
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